A lot of things have changed since I wrote my first about me page. So I have decided to compose a new one. I have however, decided to leave the original about me page on my blog and you can find it on the drop down section. Its labeled  ‘About Me 2011‘.

As I said, a lot of things have changed since I started this blog last year. But some things have stayed the same. So I will start with those. My name is still Keelan Foley and I have no plans to change this any time soon. Also, I still study Interactive Multimedia  at the Institute of Technology Tralee. As for my age, I am now 20. A year older and hopefully a year wiser.

When I initially wrote the about me page, my blog had only a handful of posts and even fewer page views. I think I referred to my blog as ‘neglected’. Hopefully you will see that this is no longer the case. As well as my own blog I also write for the following online publications.

And now a bit about the blog. The main theme of this blog is music. As well as the odd album review, you will find a large variety of song recommendations and features posted here. My patented* world famous** ‘A Song For The Weekend’ segment provides the perfect tunes to set the tone for whatever you may have planned for the weekend ahead. So basically think of my blog as a soundtrack. A place to go to when you want to hear something new or that song you haven’t heard in a while. I don’t really bother with music news and gossip on my blog, sure you can find that on any music website. But its not all music here. I also write about film, the arts and whatever else pops into my head.

My main goal in life is to become  an established writer, be it a novelist, journalist, or critic. This has not changed since I wrote my first about me page, nor will it ever change. So if you would like to follow me as I strive to separate the free from freelance then be sure to click the  ‘Subscribe’ button.

*Patent pending

** It’s not really world famous, I just like to think it is.

65 thoughts on “About Me Now

    1. It is definitely a cool name. And just think: you could also go by Foley Keelan, and that would still be cool. Not many of us can do that.

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  1. I am just reading about: About Me (2012).

    You have one thing wrong already. You do not get wiser just because you are a year older. You get sillier-poorer-uglier.

    The bright side is you just may become a better writer.

    But I have more bad news for you. I received a ‘like’ on my page My Secret Blog. And you want to be a music critic? Did you actually listen to my song? Did you listen twice? Sorry, you can’t take the ‘like’ back. 🙂

    I am going to follow you. I will put you on probation of course. But you do show promise.

    To know what you want and how to go about getting it by the age of 20………..awesome!

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    1. I honestly never realised that was a song till you mentioned. I thought it was a poem you wrote. I only spotted the link now. But I am apprehensive to click after your comment.. Probation..That sounds interesting. What exactly does it entail on my part?

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      1. Probation means you have to follow my blog. LOL

        Plus you have to write a review of the song etc etc etc etc. This will give you practice ………on saying NICE STUFF.

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  2. Hey Keelan,
    I love your blog, I love music, and I want to say thanks for introducing me to Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip. So I’ve nominated you for two awards 🙂

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    1. Glad to hear that you are enjoying my blog. Dan and Scroob’s are currently working on solo projects so maybe you should check that out also. They are not broken up or anything. Just a trial separation I’d say. Thanks for nominating me for awards Terri.

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      1. Hi Keelan,
        Thanks for letting me know about their solo stuff, I’ll be looking out for those. And you’re welcome!

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  3. Hi Keelan
    I’ve been sifting through your blog and have to say you have a good thing going. There is an authentic feel to your writing and you’ve chosen to use it for a subject you’re passionate about. I’ll definitely be coming back to check out new music!

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    1. Hi Anna/Laura
      ( Not sure what to call you so I thought it would be best to use both names)

      I am glad to hear that you like my blog. I usually try to get one new song up per week. As well as that I write about whatever songs happen to be temporarily lodged in my brain.

      Best of luck with your writing career!

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  4. As someone said before, don’t change your name. EVER. It’s such a unique name, pretty much unheard of in the land of Canadia haha! 😛 I love reading people’s “About Me” page, glad you updated yours! Also, thanks for the Follow! I really appreciate it! 🙂

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  5. Just realized you’re from Ireland, my brain is forever set to ignore minutia. Unfortunately my one billionaire professor said, “A piece of minutia might save your life someday.” He’s probably right especially if it involves some legal dispute and some small document helps prove in my favor. Any way I have lots of friends from Ireland because they come over during the summers to work at the beach. If you ever want to email some writing back and forth let me know. I love the way the Irish write, its dam near another language to me. It’s much more poetic, raw, and sing-songy for some reason. Maybe that’s not at all but at least with my friend John and his group it is.

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  6. Hi, Keelan!
    Thank you for visiting my blog and for liking my post on Kate Bush. From what I see, you have great musical tastes. I’ll stop by every now and then to read your posts. And of course, I’ll subscribe. 😛
    I myself plan on expanding my Music category, in time. I just started and there’s so much to write about!

    I wish you the best of luck.
    Rux.

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  7. Hi Keelan,

    Thanks for stopping by and liking my post! Much success in your literary endeavors. One thing I’ve learned about this whole writing process can be summed up best with one of Winston Churchill’s quotes, “Never, never, never give up.”

    Best,
    Nett

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  8. Hi Keelan! I am a pretty big music fan, so first, wonderful to see that’s your bag too. I like writing, heh heh, again very cool. I also like your patent pending* sense of humor. Thanks very much for stopping by my blog. I will do likewise here!

    And lastly best wishes on however the writing gig lands. It took me a few years to find my stride, but time is fluid. Looking forward to seeing where your road travels.

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  9. Thanks for visiting Spence Sense. Music is my second Muse. This winter I’m heading back down to Mazatlan and setting up keyboard/ vocalist shop with my guitarist bud from vancouver. Got any favorites? We take requests. Ray.

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  10. Keelan,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Please visit my son’s blog and spread the word if you find his music to be something you like. I know he would appreciate the exposure:)

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  11. Thank you for visiting my blog. Stop by anytime! You’ve written an excellent About page. I love to read about other folks successes in the industry and you are quite accomplished at such a tender age. Keep reaching for the stars…

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  12. Cool blog and great topics you have going on. Your name is pretty cool too! Don’t change it! Thanks for the like on my blog and don’t be a stranger 😀

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  13. Hi Keelan,

    I initially just planned to stop by and say thanks for liking my recent post on moto restaurant but then I was pulled into your ‘About Me 2012’ page. Well done! It is ths most relaxed, inviting and conversational version I have read. I plan on enjoying the rest of your site.

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  14. Thanks for the ‘Like’ Keelan! I am hoping that you truly enjoy American Sports although I don’t know what you can view from across the pond, nor what teams you root for if you do but we’re glad to have ya. Subscribe and never miss an article if you’re interested.

    I have spent time in Ireland and it is one of my favorite countries ever.

    Much success to you!

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  15. I love your unique name, speaking as a fellow unique named person (if there is such a thing?!), celebrate it. As you get older, being different is to be welcomed. Keep writing and I’ll let my husband know about your blog too as he is a music obsessive.

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  16. Thanks for visiting my print, pixels, politics blog. I’ll check out your blog further. A couple of my close friends are Irish–one’s now a stockmarket multimillionaire living on the West Coast of the USA, another is a mathematics professor in that country (when he was at Trinity College they didn’t believe he was student there because he looked a bit rough, but he ended up topping the maths degree there!).

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  17. Hi Keelan,

    Thanks for stopping by and for the like :-}.

    Have to say you might be the first Irish blogger I’ve come across [as surprising as that sounds!], though we’re not that far away from each other :-]. Hello from England!

    Take care.

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  18. Hi Keelan! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for liking my latest post! I have enjoyed reading through your blog and I will bookmark it for future reading as well. God Bless!

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  19. Thank you for liking my post. I am a writer that sometimes doesn’t write. I am now back in the saddle and its exhilarating. Always have been a writer. You clearly get it. Please visit my site again, would love your feedback and thrilled to “meet” someone from Ireland.

    blessings, Linda

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  20. Very cool, Keelan. I have several authors whose books I review that are religious in attaching a soundtrack for their novels and have written a blog about music as a key to characterization. I look forward to more music and thoughts from you.
    Melanie aka Scattered Thoughts

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